I have no idea what I said because it's all just a blur. Really. I have no idea. I'll have to go back and listen to it sometime this weekend. Maybe. I think I said some nice things about my mom and her canning. But it was fun and I was just very honored to be there with the amazing Harriet Fasenfest of Preserve. Her economic theories and connections to food preservation are right on and exactly the reasons why I've been exploring canning this year. There are those people who get it when it comes to canning. And there are those people who don't and who would rather play golf. And that's okay. But Harriet gets it. She really gets it.
I loved that my Twitter friends commented on the blog there, and shared such wonderful stories and their thoughts about preserving as well. You can read the fantastic comments here, and if you'd like to listen to the show, you can listen to it online here. (the first 20 minutes or so are a follow up to a previous story)
The only thing I regret is not being able to work in the new saying my friend Loraine taught me earlier this week about the abundance of the harvest. It's really the best. It's a little ditty. And it goes like this. "Eat what you can, and can what you can't." You need to pass that one on, don't you? Or at least say it out loud. Go on. It's a fun one.